The rain showers will continue to move out tonight, as drier air filters in. We will see mostly cloudy skies, with lows falling to the lower 30s. We could see some patchy fog as well in a few places, and some spots could even see some freezing fog.
Tomorrow, we will see partly to variably cloudy skies. High temperatures will be cool, in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
A wave of low pressure will develop in the southeastern U.S. late tomorrow, which will spread rain northward into interior North Carolina by Sunday night and Monday. Off and on showers will continue into Tuesday as weak disturbances continue to rotate through the area.
A more widespread precipitation event will likely arrive Tuesday night and Wednesday, as a potent upper level trough and cold front moves through the area. Showers and thunderstorms will continue into Wednesday evening before drier conditions look to build back into the region by later Wednesday night.
The good news is that we should clear out for Christmas Day!
Another disturbance looks to approach the area on Saturday. At this point, it appears as though the best chance for rain will be later in the day on Saturday as a cold front associated with this system moves through the region.
Have a great evening!